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tkmurali

07:08AM | 12/19/05
Member Since: 12/18/05
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I have a Sears Craftsman garage door opener (model 139.53635SRT). The door can be opened with a remote and the wall unit that are installed but I cannot get the door opened or closed with the keypad transmitter (touch code transmitter ?) that is installed outside the door. Is there any way to reset this so that the door can be opened from all three places - the remote in the car, the wall unit inside the garage or the touchpad outside the garage door?

Thanks for your help.

TKM

tkm

Billhart

09:38AM | 12/19/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1915 lifetime posts
The keypad is just another remote with coded keypad to operated it.

There are several problems. First make sure that the battery is good.

Then you need to program the keypad for the desired code that you want to use.

Then you need to program the opener to reconize that "remote".

The details vary by model.

But if you don't have the instruction manual then go to this website and look under manufactors instructions.

You might need to look at the cross reference to get the right Liftmaster/Chamberlain manual.

http://www.aaaremotes.com/liftmaster.html


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